I can't believe I spent money on this food. It's not hard to make a tortilla appetizing, you just need to warm it up without letting it dry out. The beans and the rice had obviously been spooned out of a can with an ice cresm scoop. I had been there once, yewars ago and realized that it was restaurant of bad vood and too high prices, but when my daughter suggested that we try it ou I thought, "give them another try." I want my money back and my only regret is that I can't give them negative stars. The marguetita was good, but not workth 80$ (and this was a LUNCH!
If you hate fast service....
..this is the place for you.
Numerous visits to Alonso's and Loco Hombre have reinforced my belief that serving the customer in a timely manner is not a priority for either establishment. A recent visit added a new wrinkle: terrible food. In the past, I have overlooked the service issues because of good food. Last night, the fries were overcooked, the burgers were dry, and just like the fries, overcooked. What should have been a fast meal on a slow Sunday took over an hour and resulted in me sending my food back.
It is unfortunate as both restaurants are owned by the same group that owns Miss Shirley's next door (who has impeccable service). If only they took their cues from their neighbors.
When charging $14 for a burger, I expect more of a restaurant.
Roland Park Mexican eatery serves authentic Southwestern cuisine including burritos, fish tacos and enchiladas with a Tex-Mex twist..
Restaurant located in ultra-upscale neighborhood serves Tex-Mex, offers Sunday brunch and caters to local families who look to satisfy their Mexican food cravings. Inside, the eatery offers a festive south of the border atmosphere with mariachi decoration and a full bar. The broad menu attracts locals with its seafood and meat entrees ranging from $16 to $24. The pan-seared chicken with charred tomato mole, mashed potatoes and creamed red chile rajas for $18 is a popular dish.
Loco Hombre's Goes Loco. They had such decent Mexican-American food, and now they have introduced this odd, upscale menu. I know many really good chefs, who have trained at very good culinary institutes, and whoever is planning their dishes is not doing a very good job. They have over reached so far that the result is a very bad meal for some of the entrees. They should return to good old regular Mexican-American dishes.
Unfortunate changes.. As a Loyola Grad, I was fond of Loco. To my surprise, one day after a Ravens game we stopped in for a bite and the place had been "re-invented". Gone was the casual tex-mex place, enter booths and a menu that was everything but casual. You can't even get a taco or burrito there anymore.
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